The Most Popular Piazzas In Rome



The Piazzas in Rome are one of the things that we love most about living in Rome. These are great places to people watch, take great photographs,shop and learn all about the Roman History.



The Spanish Steps Of all the Piazzas in Rome; this is the most popular one in Rome. You will find thousands of tourists and locals gathering in this area daily. It has been known for a great background for fashion shows and famous cinema movies.

In May the steps are covered with beautiful flowers. From this location you will find all the famous shopping streets with high fashion labels such as: Prada, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and many others. On the left side of the steps in piazza Mignanelli, you’ll find the Valentino atelier.

Piazza del Campidoglio

This famous Piazza in Rome is located next to Piazza Venezia. It has been a seat of government since the ancient times. Today the Rome City Council meet here. In this area you will find Palazzo Senatorio, the Capitoline Museum, the "Cordonata" staircase designed by Michelangelo. The copy of statue of Marco Aurelio is also located at this location.

Piazza Navona

This famous Piazza in Rome is rich with history, sculptures, fountains and life. From the place where the Emperor Domitian built his stadium to the actual baroque face. Visit it day and night. The square changes its mood anytime. This is a place beloved from Romans too especially in the epiphany period (first week of January)

Piazza Venezia

This Piazza in Rome is known as a key point. Characterized by the impotents mass of the Vittoriano, the monument was built in honor of the first King of Italy. Located at the end of Via dei Fori Imperiali; Piazza Venezia is the background of Via del Corso.


The Victor Emmanuel Monument in front of Piazza Venezia



Piazza del Popolo >br>

This Piazza is the masterpiece of urban organization in the 19th century. A monumental place rich of legends and history.



Campo di Fiori is known to be one of the most famous and popular amongst the Italians and the visitors. Each morning there is a market where you can purchase fresh produce, flowers, pasta, cheese and many other items. In the evening there is an incredible crowd of people gathering for cocktails and spirits.

The Trevi Fountain

This fountain is a "masterpiece " made of marble. A huge fountain settled in a little square, a triumph of water and gracefulness. This is the fountain where you have to through a coin in, if you’d like to return to Rome.



The Trevi Fountain

Fontana del Tritone

Built by Bernini, commissioned by the Barberini family, is located in Piazza Barberini.

Fontana della Barcaccia

It's located in Piazza di Spagna, at the foot of the Spanish Steps built by Bernini in remembrance of the Tiber flood that hit Rome in 1598.

Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi >br>

This fountain is one of Bernini’s masterpieces; built in the centre of Piazza Navona it celebrates 4 biggest Rivers of the world known at that time.

We hope that you enjoy visiting the Piazzas in Rome as much as we do.




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